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Location Glasgow - United Kingdom
We strive for excellence in every single project we work on, no matter how big or small.
A good project is like a tailored suit - it fits the brief and site perfectly - so we work hard with our clients to first understand their aspirations, and then to design to those aspirations and to the context. We like working with people who care as much as us about making something permanent and beautiful, and which stands the test of time.
We are Scotland based, but have projects all over the UK. We regularly travel to London, to the Highlands, to the Western Isles.
Full architectural service, Interior design, Feasibility, Concept design, Planning application, Renders & CGIs, Technical drawings
The Beton House, Netherlee
The Collector's House
When Maggie and Kevin first approached us, they had recently purchased a charming old cottage in the heart of Fintry’s conservation area. The rear of the house had already been extended once, and had unobstructed views south towards the grand Campsie Fells. Maggie and Kevin spoke to us at the first meeting of ‘a glass box pointed at the view’.